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BACH in Langenfeld, Belgium?

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Re: BACH in Langenfeld, Belgium?

Posted: 1 Aug 2007 3:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
I did find for GROSSLANGENFELD on Wikipedia the following:

"Die erste urkundliche Erwähnung erfolgte 1283 als Langievield".

So the variant of the place name as Langenfeld was correct.



The german/diets/letzeburgs/dutch speaking area between Maastricht (NL) - Malmedy (BE) - Luxemburg (LUX) - Kronenburg/Scheleiden (D) did undergo turbulent changes between 1795 and 1839.

That region is the transition area between German, Dutch and French.

Grosslangenfeld did belong to the bishop of Trier. His territory has been divided between Belgium, Germany and the Grand-Duchy in 1795 and 1839.

For these reasons this posting will remain on this board. It will help others to solve some classic problems for this area.

But I suggest that a link, from the appropriate Rheinland board, with the correct title, should be made with this posting.

Thank you for communicating the result of your query.

Luc Matthijs
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SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Ken Neumann 18 Nov 2005 12:39AM GMT 
Ken Neumann 18 Nov 2005 9:32PM GMT 
Ken Neumann 19 Jul 2006 8:03AM GMT 
konniq1 31 Jul 2007 6:01PM GMT 
KenNeumann134 1 Aug 2007 6:16AM GMT 
lucmatt2 1 Aug 2007 9:21AM GMT 
konniq1 2 Aug 2007 4:51PM GMT 
KenNeumann134 2 Aug 2007 10:19PM GMT 
konniq1 2 Oct 2007 7:48PM GMT 
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